Making America Decent . . .

Make America Decent Again . . . . one person at a time. New York City.

5th Avenue

  Winter Blonde on 5th Ave.  NYC.

Goodnight Waldorf

  Last drinks at The Waldorf -Astoria on Park Ave. And so begins a three year renovation program to convert it into luxury apartments with some rooms set aside for accommodation. Cheers .… Continue reading

Fresh Air

    Fresh air, fresh snow and splashes here & there of vibrant colour within a few short blocks of Manhattan with everyone just getting on with whatever it is they have to… Continue reading

You Aint Seen Nasty Yet

  Today’s rally outside the offices of Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer and Kristin Gillibrand, 780 Third Ave., Midtown East in an effort to push NO on further cabinet nominees DeVos (Education), Tillerson (State), and… Continue reading

I Know . . .

  Post inaugural Womens March. 5th Ave, NYC.

Four Seasons

          Not that I was a regular by any stretch of the wallet but knowing the Four Seasons was due to close I just had to go there for… Continue reading

The E Word . . . .

                                                              Random Thoughts… Continue reading

High Plains Kansas

  Road tripping shots from the High Plains of south-west Kansas.  My most grateful thanks to generous friends, old and new, for their wonderful hospitality and the opportunity to catch up with them… Continue reading

Between Black & Light

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Afternoon.  NYC.

One and Only Beautiful Coney

  The last of the summer days but squeezing the best of the sunshine out of the September Labor Day shadows. Coney Island.  New York.

Time Out

In the depths of the dark Devon woods. Dartmoor summer.

Late Night Take Out

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Late night street scene, NYC.

Bill Cunningham Cnr

Scenes from today’s ceremony honoring Bill Cunningham, NYT’s fashion chronicler, life chronicler and NYC street photographer with 50 years shooting under his belt . Bill died aged 87 on June 26. A true legend… Continue reading

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